Rangers have agreed a fee with Ipswich for goalkeeper Neil Alexander.
The Ibrox outfit have moved for Alexander as they seek a replacement for Derby target Roy Carroll.
Rangers have refused to let Carroll move to Derby until they had brought in a replacement, but the move for Alexander could allow the former West Ham man to finally make the switch to Pride Park.
Ipswich boss Jim Magilton admitted they could not stand in Alexander's way after Rangers made their interest known and has lined up a move for a mystery Premier League goalkeeper as Alexander's replacement.
"It is a dream move for Neil and we couldn't stand in his way," Mailton told the club's official website.
"He is back in the Scotland national squad and we are aware that he is very keen to push his international ambitions and a move back to Scotland will enhance that.
"It has been difficult for his family to settle in the area. Their friends are in Scotland so a move to Rangers makes sense for many reasons. It's a great opportunity for him and we wish him well.
"We are now lining up a replacement from the Premiership and are confident we will have a new keeper in place inside the next 24 hours."